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You Like to Draw?

USA 2021
produced by
John Breiner, Todd Braley, Angie Braley (executive), Debra Lamb (co), Krista Bonino (co) for Infinity Media Productions
directed by Todd Braley
starring Brii Frank, Mariah Ellen Griffith, Debra Lamb, Rose Bonino, Trista Robinson, Krista Bonino, Hunter Voss, Nick Hamm, Anna Ragsdale, Rhonda Williams, Chris Luby, Katie Voss
story by Debra Lamb, Todd Braley, screenplay by Todd Braley, music by Mateus Brandão

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Back when, Ellen (Brii Frank) was an accomplished painter, and was just about to be a fearuted artist at an art show - when she got into a car accident that did some damage to her brain and left her disabled. That was a few months ago, and now her caregiver (Anna Ragsdale) had to quit for personal reasons, and her mother Nancy (Debra Lamb) more or less out of options, had to hire the first person off Craigslist she could find and who's also affordable, and that's Neena (Mariah Ellen Griffith). Now Neena, a single mother over-taxed with bringing up her own son (Hunter Voss), and as addicted to social media as she likes a good cold beer, isn't cut out for the job at all, plus has no qualifications, and her first day on the job ends in such a major blunder that Nancy and Ellen's bossy aunt Anne (Trista Robinson) fire her on the spot, but somehow Ellen has taken a liking to her, so she and her sister Laurie (Rose Bonino) draw her back into the fold. And taking care of Ellen finally teaches Neena to take responsibility of her own life, and as a consequence, she also does wonders for Ellen, like getting her back into first drawing then painting again - but all these positive developments are threatened to come to nought by some terrible news about Ellen's health situation ...


Now one thing's for sure, have a tissue handy when you're watching this movie, you will need it if your heart's not made of stone. That said though, this is not just your typical tearjerker following a formula to press all the right buttons to make you cry, but a film telling a heart-felt story that shows well fleshed out characters in a very "real" way, warts and all, tells its story in a way that feels authentic and relatable, and that gives its characters room to breathe, and its subtle directorial effort thankfully doesn't go for spectacle. And a first rate ensemble cast make this a great watch - just be warned, tears will roll ...


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a collection of short stories and mini-plays
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and your Ex wants
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A Killer Conversation

produced by and starring
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directed by
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written by
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Ryan Hunter and
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